DeoxIT® Gold Gx Series, #GX100L-32
DeoxIT® Gold Gx-Series - Contact Enhancer, Conditioner and Protector
Part No. Gx100L-32:
(Extended Temperature Formulation)
100% Liquid, No solvents, 944 mL
Applicator: Container, provides NO flushing action, applies 100% DeoxIT® Gold GxL.
Formulation: 100% DeoxIT® Gold GxL.
Use: When contact and connector are easily accessible. No flushing action.
Notes: Use when over spray is an issue on materials. Formulation safe on plastics. Recommend wiping off excess, leaving a thin layer. After application, if you notice a green or black discoloration (sometimes over time), this indicates it is doing its job (dissolving oxidation) and improving the connection. Wipe off and re-apply DeoxIT®.
Container: Transferring fluid into a non-approved container for storage or resale voids warranty.
Maximize New System Performance and Critical Applications - Ideal for Gold Connections!
DeoxIT® Gold G-Series, is a unique conditioning solution that improves conductivity and provides long-lasting protection on gold, base metals and other precious metal contacts and connections (gold, silver, rhodium, copper, bronze, nickel, etc.). It is the only product that actually penetrates plated surfaces, molecularly bonding to the base metals to seal and protect both surfaces.
Recommended for critical applications where only slight cleaning action is necessary. If the surface looks dirty/oxidized, preclean with DeoxIT D-Series contact cleaner. DeoxIT® Gold is designed to dissolve small amounts of oxidation.
For reference, DeoxIT® Gold has approximately 0.5% cleaning action.
KEY FEATURES: * NOTE: Temperature ranges may vary depending on conditions. On critical applications, independent testing is highly recommended; Manufacturer Disclaimer
- Improves Conductivity
- Maintains Optimum Signal Quality
- Prevents Fretting/Dendrite Corrosion
- Reduces Intermittent Connections
- Stabilizes Connections Between Similar & Dissimilar Metals
- Reduces Arcing, RFI and Wear & Abrasion
- * Temperature Range, -45 C (-49 F) to +310 C (590 F)